Born in 1973 in Lyon, France, Delphine Kreuter approaches film making after working intensely in photography and exploring different artistic areas.
After studying Modern Literature, Delphine Kreuter makes her first exhibitions in 1997 in Berlin and in Paris at the prestigious Alain Gutharc gallery.
During the same year, she won the Paris Photo award. She also took part in the J’embrasse pas exhibition at Yvon Lambert.
A laureate of the Villa Medicis Hors Les Murs 2008 artistic residence, Delphine Kreuter made exhibitions in numerous places in France and abroad.
She often collaborated with Christian Lacroix and published four monographies.
Being a transversal artist, she also explores other areas: drawing, illustration, video and cinema.
In 2008, she directed her first feature film, 57,000 Kilometres Between Us, a claustrophobic vision about the civilization of image and its drifts.